One of the top running backs in Nebraska high school history, Moses Bryant made the switch to defensive back in his first season at Nebraska, sitting out the season as a redshirt while learning his new position.
Before Nebraska (Elkhorn South HS)
One of the most prolific players in state history, Bryant set Nebraska’s 11-man football all-time record with 105 career touchdowns, as well as Class B’s all-time rushing record with 5,454 yards, as a standout back for Elkhorn South High School.
Bryant was a member of the Omaha World-Herald’s Super Six and was an All-Nebraska defensive back selection in 2017. He also rushed for 1,399 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior. In 2016, Bryant led the Storm to a state title with four touchdowns in the championship game. He rushed for 1,688 yards and scored 37 touchdowns as a junior with 332 receiving yards. He finished his career with 1,025 receiving yards.
A 1,000-yard back all four years, Bryant rushed for 1,181 yards as a sophomore and 1,186 yards as a freshman, with 17 rushing touchdowns both years. Following his career, Bryant represented the North Squad in the 2018 Nebraska Shrine Bowl. He chose to walk on at Nebraska over scholarship offers from North Dakota and Northwest Missouri State.